Bergen Film, the Dutch theatrical, film and TV production company that helped back Marleen Gorris' Oscar-winning "Antonia's Line," has gone bankrupt.
Leading a squadron of late summer newcomers, Buena Vista's military drama "G.I. Jane" and New Line's broad comedy "Money Talks" squared off in a bitterly contested battle for the weekend box office…
An apple a day does not keep Hollywood away. Next month, shoppers in New York and Los Angeles will get the chance to bite into a Granny Smith shining with comedian-actor Jim Carrey's smiling face.
Lifetime has signed Kirsten Dunst ("Little Women," "Interview With the Vampire") to star in an original movie, "Fifteen and Pregnant: A Nice Girl's Story."
France has become the latest European territory to open its doors to children's channel Fox Kids Network, following in the footsteps of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.
Japanese singer Seiko Matsuda is not in the cast of “Free Money.” Friday’s story was incorrect. * * * Turner Network Television, which made five Bible miniseries last year, is not making any this…
When Italy's most idiosyncratic director, Federico Fellini, died in October 1993, the fruits of his dreams were left behind in his films. But those nighttime fantasies also were recorded in more…
Veteran L.A. anchorman Jerry Dunphy will return to KCAL in October. There's no decision yet on which newscasts Dunphy will anchor, according to KCAL news director Dennis Herzig.
In a bid to become the territory's first commercial video-on-demand providers, four Hong Kong companies have submitted applications for the two available VOD licenses. The government plans to issue…
Virgin Interactive Entertainment prexy Martin Alper, one of computer gaming and entertainment's most visible CEOs, is being named chairman of the firm, sources said Friday. As a result, he may have…